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The Art Institute of Chicago Now Offers Unrestricted Access to over 52,000 High-Resolution Images from Their Collection

October 29, 2018

Kate Sierzputowski

…White, “Harvest Talk” (1953), charcoal, Wolff’s carbon drawing pencil, and graphite, with stumping and erasing on ivory wood pulp laminate board, 661 x 992 mm (courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hartman) Georgia O’Keeffe, “Cow’s Skull with Calico Roses” (1931), oil on canvas, 36 × 24 in. (image courtesy Alfred Stieglitz Collection, gift of Georgia O’Keeffe) Piet Mondrian, “Lozenge Composition with Yellow, Black, Blue, Red, and Gray” (1921), oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm (image gift of Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.) David Hockney, “American Collectors (Fred and Marcia Weisman)” (1968), acrylic on canvas (courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic…

 

 



Art Design

Spaghetti-like Benches by Pablo Reinoso Twist into Interlocking Circles and Climb up Nearby Walls

October 23, 2018

Kate Sierzputowski

…steel, l. 320 x h. 253 x depth 168 cm “Spaghetti Ballade” (2007), Carved wood and steel, h. 473 x l. 376 x w. 375 cm “Vice Versa” (2012), Painted steel, 6.10 x h. 1, 2012 “Ecuries Bench” (2012), Painted steel, h. 100 x diameter 600 cm “Double Bench” (2006), Wood and steel, 471 x 77 x 69 cm , photo by Rodrigo Reinos “Chaises de l’harmonie” (2011), Painted steel, 12 elements, h. 5 x 8 m, semi-circular diameter (variable dimensions) “Little Talk L” (2017), Painted steel, h. 1 x l. 5.45 x w. 1.45 m, photo by Rodrigo Reinoso…

 

 



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The Other Art Fair Comes to Chicago to Connect Artists With a New Generation of Collectors

September 6, 2018

Laura Staugaitis

On September 28, a new kind of art event is coming to Chicago: The Other Art Fair connects collectors directly with emerging artists at immersive, interactive events around the world. After successful installments in the UK, Australia, and Los Angeles, The Other Art Fair will fill Mana Contemporary in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. From September 28-30, TOAF Chicago will present a full weekend of opportunities to meet and talk with artists, whose works are also available for sale on-site. Colossal’s founder and editor-in-chief Christopher Jobson helped curate top emerging talent for the Chicago Other Art Fair as part of TOAF’s 2018…

 

 



Dance

Underwater Choreography Performed in the World's Deepest Pool by Julie Gautier

April 30, 2018

Kate Sierzputowski

…The film is a metaphoric nod to these united women, while also representing the relationship that connects women from all over the world. “For me, this film is a way to say: you are not alone,” said Gautier, “open yourself to others, talk about your sufferings and your joys.” Gautier and her husband, world champion deep sea diver Guillaume Néry, worked together on the 2015 Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin music video Runnin, and collaborate on an underwater film company called Les Films Engloutis. You can see more short films by Gautier on her website and Instagram. (via Vimeo Staff Pick)…

 

 



Art Design

Soaring Wire Mesh Buildings Cast Ethereal Shadows Over Coachella Music Festival

April 26, 2018

Laura Staugaitis

All images © Roberto Conte Italian artist Edoardo Tresoldi (previously), known for his massive architectural sculptures made of wire, built three transparent structures for this year’s Coachella music festival in California. Titled ‘Etherea’, the sculptural series was comprised of three identical buildings in different sizes, inspired by Neoclassical and Baroque aesthetics. The buildings were illuminated at night with a hazy lavender glow that emphasized the illusion of Etherea’s solidity. You can hear Tresoldi share more about his work in a TED talk, and see previous installations on his website, Instagram, and Facebook. (via Ignant)…

 

 



Art Photography

Joana Choumali Embroiders iPhone Photographs as a Healing Meditation

April 4, 2018

Kate Sierzputowski

…as the sentiments she cannot express verbally, and a way to witness and acknowledge the denied trauma of the Grand-Bassam people. “This work is a way to address the way Ivorian people deal with psychological suffering,” said Choumali. “In Côte d’Ivoire, people don’t discuss their psychological issues, or feelings. A post-traumatic [shock] is considered as weakness or a mental disease. People don’t talk about their feelings, and each conversation is quickly shortened by a resigned “Ça va aller.” Select pieces from Ça va aller will be exhibited later this spring at the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair in New York…